LA Kings Open Short Training Camp Ahead of Abbreviated Season

TRAINING CAMP OPENS: The Los Angeles Kings are officially back on the ice, and they are gearing up for the new, but very much abbreviated season in a training camp that will go by in a flash of one week. Includes comments from Drew Doughty, Anze Kopitar, Jake Muzzin, Tyler Toffoli, Darryl Sutter and more.... Continue Reading →

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LA Kings Prospect Andy Andreoff Hopes To Leave A Mark In Manchester In 2012-13

2012 DEVELOPMENT CAMP EXCLUSIVE: The Los Angeles Kings 2012 Development Camp began on Friday, July 6. Frozen Royalty continues its coverage of the Kings’ young prospects with a look at left wing Andy Andreoff, a third round draft pick in 2011. LOS ANGELES — Last fall, left wing prospect Andy Andreoff was busy turning some... Continue Reading →

LA Kings Sign All Restricted Free Agents For One Year

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On July 17, the Los Angeles Kings signed five players—all were their restricted free agents—including center Brad Richardson, who signed a one-year contract, rumored to be worth $900,000, avoiding arbitration. The 25-year-old native of Belleville, Ontario scored eleven goals and added 16 assists for 27 points in 81 regular season games... Continue Reading →

LA Kings Trim Training Camp Roster to 28

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On September 24, the Los Angeles Kings trimmed their training camp roster down to 28 players. Defenseman Andrew Campbell and center Marc-Andre Cliche were assigned to the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League, the Kings’ primary minor league affiliate, while left wing Kyle Clifford was returned to the Barrie Colts... Continue Reading →

Kings Send Two More To Manchester

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On October 3, the Los Angeles Kings assigned defensemen Davis Drewiske and Joe Piskula to the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League. The Kings also placed right wing John Zeiler on injured reserve due to a groin strain. He joins forward prospects Marc André-Cliche; (separated shoulder) and Richard Clune (broken... Continue Reading →

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